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What Are You Thankful For?


Thanful Sign

Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/Flash 90

An Israeli woman writes a “thank you” note on a board set up near Jerusalem’s Central Bus Station, on Tuesday, April 29, 2014.

The boards have the sentence “I am thankful for…” written on them, with the purpose of getting passersby to complete the sentence and share what they are thankful for.

The idea is to conduct 10 days of giving thanks ahead of the Israeli Independence Day on May 6, with the purpose of creating a new Israeli tradition.

What are you thankful for?

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3 Responses to “What Are You Thankful For?”

  1. Ani mode al Israel amecha :)

  2. Lisa Kamins says:

    for one’s mental, emotional and spiritual health, it is important Each and Everyday to remind oneself and to say thank to G-d for all that you have and have been given in life. even the things we don’t consider or think about, like being about like being able to see and hear, being able to take care of one’s self and do for one’s self, remembering that not everyone is so blessed, and to be grateful for the blessings we have been given…

  3. Lize Bartsch says:

    Yes let us remind each other to be thankful and trust in the Lord who knows everything and watches over us. Trust in Him no matter how difficult things become, there is light at the end of the tunnel!! Thank you Lord for food, family, beauty in nature, a smile on the face of a child, giving strength when we need it most….THANK YOU!!!!

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